There are so many bras to choose from! From push-up bras to bralettes, bras with or without underwires, front fastening bras, minimisers, maximisers, bustiers... there are so many different bra types. But what is the difference between all these types of bras? We are about to explain! With this bra type overview it will be easy to set them apart and choose your favourite bra(s)!
A balcony bra is a bra of which the top of the cups have a horizontal cut. A balcony bra lifts your breasts giving you a nice cleavage.
An underwire bra is a bra with underwire below the cups. Because of these wires, this bra type provides extra support and comfort. An underwire bra is suitable for both women with small or large breasts.
A push-up bra has extra (gel or foam) padding at the bottom of its cups which pushes your breasts towards each other, making them seem bigger and giving you a perfect cleavage. A push-up bra sometimes has removable padding allowing women with bigger breasts to wear this model as well.
A strapless bra is a bra with removable straps making it the perfect bra for under tops and dresses that show off your shoulders. A strapless bra often has a wider bra band which provides the needed support.
A t-shirt bra is a bra with smooth, seamless cups without any lace or other applications. As it is seamless it won’t show under your garments making it the perfect bra to wear underneath tight fitted pieces.